Sud Radio Transmitter Pic Blanc
Sud Radio Transmitter Pic Blanc is a facility for high power medium wave broadcasting located on Pic Blanc, a 2650 metre high mountain at 1°43'1"E and 42°32'5"N in Andorra. Whilst in operation, it was the highest medium wave transmitting station in Europe. It was built in 1972 by Sud Radio and uses a directional antenna consisting of two free-standing 86 metre tall lattice towers. One of these towers is insulated against ground, while the other one is grounded and carries a cage aerial.
Now the facility is abandoned and one of the two towers has been partly dismantled.
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